Found June 07, 2012 on
Philly Sports Live:
During the Philadelphia Flyers‘ final meeting with the media after second round elimination at the hands of the New Jersey Devils, Jaromir Jagr knew he wanted to play hockey next season, but was uncertain if it would be in the NHL or with the Flyers.
The 40-year old Jagr produced 54 points in 73 games with Philadelphia this season and proved that even with an aging body and three years away in the KHL he could still contribute at the NHL level.
After last summer’s #JagrWatch saga, it appears as though Jagr’s future will be decided before July 1. Jagr’s agent, former NHLer Petr Svoboda, told CSN Philadelphia’s Tim Panaccio that he and Flyers GM Paul Holmgren have discussed a 1-year deal for next season.
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Jaromir Jagr wants to return for another season with the Philadelphia Flyers and the two sides are working on a new one-year deal, the future Hall of Famer's agent reportedly said Wednesday night.
Last month, it was questionable that the 40-year-old would re-sign with the Flyers after he became annoyed at having his minutes cut during the playoffs.
But his agent Petr Svoboda...
Just like that -- once again -- Jaromir Jagr's future appears to include the Philadelphia Flyers. According to CSNPhilly.com's Tim Panaccio, Jagr reportedly wants to re-sign with the Flyers after all. And soon. Jagr's agent, Petr Svoboda, informed CSNPhilly.com on Wednesday of his client's feelings, and the two sides are working to hammer out another one-year deal...
According to CSNPhilly’s Tim Pannacio, the Flyers and Jaromir Jagr are currently working on a new deal to keep the future Hall of Famer in orange and black.
Pannacio spoke with Jagr’s agent, former Flyers defenseman Petr Svoboda. Paul Holmgren has openly admitted the Flyers are interested in having Jagr return, but the hold up seemed to be on Jagr’s side.
Earlier in the season...
from Tim Panaccio of CSN Philly, When the Flyers held their break-up day on May 10, the words emanating from Jagr clearly indicated the club’s chances to re-sign him were questionable.
Jagr was asked three times about re-signing and avoided answering questions directly, while deferring to his “role” as being an issue on coming back for the 2012-13 season.
He didn’t like...